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I had a bunch of baby clothing of all different sizes after my baby shower when I was pregnant with Jamie. After he came, I was so glad I had organized all his things into sizes! As a new mom, I had no time to dig around looking for the right size onesie.
Even now, he’s 19 months and sorting through his 12-month clothing, 18-month clothing, and now 24-month/2T is exhausting. But life gets busy, so I decided to make closet dividers to avoid the confusion!
Everything gets stored where it needs to and is easy to find with these baby closet dividers. The nice part is if you print them on simple cardstock and laminate them (or just self-laminate with packing tape!) they will last through multiple babies!
I made an adorable floral wreath version or a fun gender-neutral monochrome version which is perfect for Jamie. Each divider set goes from preemie to 24 months so it covers all sizes while your little is growing like crazy!
Use the buttons below to download whichever set of baby closet dividers you want! I hope you enjoy them!
How to print your closet divider:
Select and download the PDF files using the buttons below.
Open the PDF.
Select Print, and print your closet divider using a color printer on cardstock and laminate to keep longer!
Cut out each divider on the gray lines and place in your little one’s closet!